As the country declares yet another extension of the movement control order (MCO) till May 12, the northern states of Penang, Kedah and Perlis are heading towards being classified as green zones. While frontliners work hard in the Covid-19 battle at the risk of their own lives, law-abiding Malaysians do their part by staying at home with some going all out to support frontliners or help fellow citizens in distress.
Tun Sardon Foundation board member Datuk Tan Gin Soon (R) trying on an isolation gown on Tun Sardon foundation honorary secretary Andrew Koay (2nd right) after handing over the isolation gowns and masks to medical frontliners at Penang Hospital. Looking on is (from left): Penang Hospital deputy director Dr Nur Asyura Muhammad and hospital’s head of pharmacy department Atisha Abdul Hanif.
Penang Buddhist Tzu Chi Merit Society Malaysia members helping to clean up the halfway home for the homeless at the Caring Society Complex.
The Cancer Survivors Malaysia (CSM) cutting up the non-woven material to make personal protective equipment (PPE) suits and head covers at a centre in Kedah.
The Fire and Rescue Department Hazmat team members in full PPE suit conducting sanitation at the Penang Remand Prison in Jalan Penjara, George Town. – Starpic by MUSTAFA AHMAD/The Star/15 April 2020.
Donors donating their blood for Penang General Hospital blood bank during MCO at Caring Society Complex, Penang./Picby:CHAN BOON KAI/The Star/20 April 2020.
Army personnel working under the hot sun during roadblock Movement Control Order (MCO) at Weld Quay in George Town,Penang. Pic by: ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star/ 22 April 2020
Source: The Star3